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English Americans

English Americans
Total population
2010 American Community Survey7.6% of the U.S. population
Regions with significant populations
Throughout the entire United States
Predominantly in New England, the Delaware Valley, the Mormon Corridor and the South
Plurality in Utah and Maine
California 4,946,554
Texas 3,083,323
Ohio 2,371,236
New York 2,320,503
Florida 2,232,514
Michigan 2,036,021
Illinois 1,808,333
North Carolina 1,778,008
Georgia 1,584,303
Tennessee 1,435,147
Pennsylvania 1,058,737
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English Americans, also referred to as Anglo-Americans, are Americans whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in England, a constituent country of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. In the 2014 American Community Survey, English Americans are (7.6%) of the total population.

However, demographers regard this as a serious undercount, as the index of inconsistency is high, and many, if not most, people from English stock have a tendency (since the introduction of a new "American" category (See ) in the 2000 census) to identify as simply Americans or if of mixed European ancestry, identify with a more recent and differentiated ethnic group. In the 1980 United States Census, over 49 million (49,598,035) Americans claimed English ancestry, at the time around 26.34% of the total population and largest reported group which, even today, would make them the largest ethnic group in the United States. Eight out of the ten most common surnames in the United States are of English origin or having possible mixed British Isles heritage, the other two being of Spanish origin.Scotch-Irish Americans are for the most part descendants of Lowland Scots and Northern English (specifically: County Durham, Cumberland, Northumberland and Westmorland) settlers who colonized Ireland during the Plantation of Ulster in the 17th century.



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